In the Season 6 premiere, it's Adam's 16th birthday, but his parents are distracted by Barry and Lainey's engagement and Erica's band ambitions to remember the big day. The situation presents an opportunity for Adam to ask Erica to put him on the high-school social map, however. Meanwhile, Beverly thinks she can scare Barry and Lainey straight with the reality of being adults.
Adam's girlfriend, Jackie, is back after spending her summer at NYU; she has changed so much, it's almost like she's a whole different person. After receiving some not-so-great romantic advice from his loved ones, Adam takes drastic measures to hold on to his relationship. Meanwhile, Beverly is not happy with Lainey's less-than-ideal domestic skills and decides to teach her future daughter-in-law a thing or two.
The Goldbergs pay homage to the classic 1980s John Hughes' film "The Breakfast Club" when the kids start off a new school year (and Season 4) by earning themselves Saturday detention courtesy of a new substitute teacher, who just happens to be their mom.
Barry seeks fresh inspiration when he loses his standing as a champion athlete at school and attempts to introduce a new sport to his friends. Murray refuses to let Beverly help out at the furniture shop when sales take a nosedive.
Adam unintentionally lets it slip that Barry never completed his community service requirement; Erica makes plans for her and Geoff to follow the Grateful Dead all summer; the JTP graduates from high school.
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